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regulation, lower taxes and more assets to capital. karen brown, cbs news, los angeles. >> chicago mayor rahm emanuel is seeking a court order to force chicago teachers back to work as the strike enters week two. the mayor sought a court order after teachers said they want more time to evaluate a contract offer. they said they didn't have enough time to review the offer. >> our people know how to read, do math and they understand these things. they need the opportunity to have the time to do that and i would like to give that to them. >> we are extremely disappointed after ten months of discussion and reaching a fair compromise the teachers union decided to continue their strike and keep our children out of the classroom. >> the main issues remain teacher evaluations and job security. the union will meet again tomorrow. coming up on a monday morning, royally peeved. the photographer who took those topless photos of the duchess of cambridge faces a legal battle with the royal family. this is the morning news. cambridge faces a legal battle with the royal family. could be working better. listen
. jan crawford is on the trail in los angeles tonight. jan, good evening. i'm wondering what you're hearing from the inside. how worried is the campaign about the last week? >> reporter: well, jim, campaign advisers concede to me when i'm talking to them this was a terrible week because it really got romney off his economic message, his focus on jobs. they remain confident. they think this is a tight race. they've got a strategy and they're going to close it in the coming weeks. but what we did see this week is a lot of conservative pundits sticking it to romney for some of their strategies and tactics and we're seeing it trickle out to his supporters, his base. we were at a rally in las vegas yesterday where romney gave a bilge teach spooep and i talked to some of the supporters afterwards and they were saying, "we want to see some fire. he has to really bring it." when romney was greeting them on the rope line, you could almost hear them imploarg him to get tougher. just take a listen to this. >> mitt, get tough! get tough! they're ruthless. they are ruthless. get tough! >> rep
returns. he didn't do that. they said no. they didn't do it. carl cameron is live in los angeles where the governor is campaigning. what do we know of the 201 taxes? >>carl: well, we will see the actual documents. it will be hundreds or thousands of pages stick. adjusted gross income $13.6 million for 2011. the tax rate was $1.9 million, which is 14.1 percent. charitable donations, $4 million, which is 30 percent of adjusted growth income but only claimed $2.25 million as charity. they could have taken a bigger one and decided not to. the 1990 to 2009 average tax rate to the romneys was 20.2 percent. he said he had never paid less than 13.5 percent this year he was asked by a reporter if he could guarantee he never paid less than that, he said he could. the reason he did not choose to take the full $4 million charitable deduction and only took half, in doing so he was able to make sure that his tax rates stayed over 14 percent. if he took the full $4 million charitable donation deduction it could have been as low as 12 percent or, perhaps, even 9 percent. he did not do that to keep the
-moving wildfire in los angeles county started this afternoon has scorched 3,600 a. the williams fire sparked at 230 in the angeles national forest, campgrounds that typically host 12,000 visitors have also been cleared, the fire 5% contained. a round-the-clock work on dumbarton bridge pays off if it could reopen earlier than the scheduled 5:00 a.m. tuesday time reporter don knapp has more. >>> no surprises so far everything going according to plan, what they have done has cut off the concrete ramp from the steel bridge above it left a big coal now they put it back together and tried to get it completed by tuesday morning. near-perfect weather helps workers move at with seismic work on dumbarton to complete work that was done memorial day weekend. crews are also doing other work such as painting and electrical fixtures and selling pot holes. >>> we have done reconfiguration on the carpool lane now will be open for fast track before only open during car pool hours now open the entire day for fast track use >>> the main reason the closed bridge was to replace a seismic joint to cut the old join
downtown los angeles. as police pursue an alleged armed bank robber. you can see the black suv makes its way in and out of surface streets. this is near downtown los angeles. police say there may be multiple suspects in the vehicle. as we have been watching this unfold, we have actually seen money being tossed out of the suv. so, again, police in pursuit of the alleged armed bank robber. there may be more suspects in the black suv under way near downtown los angeles. >>> in other news. the popular airs in reno get started today. just one year after the very deadly crash out there. the world war ii era plane crashed into the stands last september killing a total of 11 people. the organizers have new changes recommended by the ntsb. including the adjustments to the course to make the turns less sharp and keep planes at a distance. there is a focus on pilot training. >>> day three of the chicago school strike and still no end in sight. negotiators for the district and teachers are still talking. they say, yes, there is some progress, but both sides admit no deal appearss eminent. about 25,0
, as a category. >>> this in los angeles, a muslim and coptic christian leader stood side by side, strongly condemning both the film and the violent reactions. let's listen. >> we cannot allow the action of a few deceived fanatical individuals to define our communities. those individuals are responsible for their deepest actions which cannot be reflective of the respectable communities they claim to be members of. the violence only serves to continue ahead rather than taking positive steps to start the healing process. >> start the healing process, those comments a short while ago from los angeles, that joint news conference with coptic christians and muslim leaders. >>> and as we roll into the second hour here, i'm brooke baldwin, thanks for being with me on cnn. want to let you know, we are awaiting a speech by republican presidential hopeful mitt romney. he is set to speak in los angeles. he will touch on immigration reform. and first i want to show you something we just got in. take a look with me. this is a poll from the pew research center. it shows that just 26% of respondents approv
home of the california science center in los angeles. trace? >>trace: we are watching this with you. it is very cool. it looks like the shuttle is still pretty high. what was supposed to happen, the shuttle on the 747 was supposed to land at edwards air force base at either 12:30 west coast time or 12:40. they were seeing how much fuel they had on board the 747. many times they have done this they want to make sure the fuel is precise because they do not want to land if it is too heavy. to they had enough fuel they would do an extra ten minute fly by in places in southern california like the desert area. the reason the places are important is because a lot of the parts for the shuttle were built in places like these areas in the desert. and the town next to edwards air force base, a lot of the support personnel who have helped "endeavour" were based there over their 20-year career. that was the off landing space when they could not land at kennedy space center, and people here had a hand in taking care of the landing and mounting it up again on the 747 and flying it back to florida.
that final parade through los angeles on october 12th where it then, you know, goes home to the california science museum? >> they have to get it off. that's first thing. can't take the 747 down the streets. they would have to cut down all the trees. they'll pull it off, put it on the ground and prepare it to go through the streets. and that is, you know, not just going to roll on its wheels. that's going to take a couple of weeks or a week to get that to go and it goes all by itself, beautiful little parade. >> chad myers, come back once we see endeavor land at l.a.x. we'll walk through the live pictures on our watch. >>> top of the hour, now this. and top of the hour, i'm brooke baldwin. the big story we're working in the world of politics, that being the fact that right now online the mitt romney campaign is in fact releasing the 2012 tax returns. questions now, how will the details of his taxes actually play into what is happening here politically as we are now, you know, less than seven weeks away from that november 6th date. we have christine romans, we also have candy crowley standi
our los angeles bureau tonight, nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: according to the casting call, it was supposed to be an historical adventure film. but when one person saw the film that led to such anger in the arab world, she was shocked. >> i am so sorry, there is no way to take anything back. i didn't know. i'm sure a lot of the actors didn't know. >> reporter: the video that came out of the studio east of los angeles, was not an adventure story. in fact, two actors on the film said the original spoken lines from the screen play were later dubbed over without their knowledge. the result that was unleashed in the trailer was a barrage against islam's customs and its prophet, muhammed. >> i can see any muslim to be upset, for example if you depict jesus in negative terms, many christians would be angry. >> reporter: cindy garcia said she called the producer to complain. but the self-described consultant and spokesperson for the film said sam bacile, who has not surfaced, is not the real name of the producer who came to him. >> and they knew that i would not back down and was n
of los angeles, followed by past democratic convention speeches, starting with hillary clinton in 1996, and john edwards, from 2004, in boston. >> joining us this week on "newsmakers," the mayor of los angeles. he is the president of the democratic national convention this year. we are here in tampa with major garrett and peter nicholas. the mayor is in our washington studio. before we leave tampa, let's start there. what is your impression of the republican convention this year? >> thank you for having me, by the way. it is good to be with the three of you. i thought that the madison avenue advertising executives they brought in to recast governor romney did a fairly good job of making him warmer and fuzzier. aha i think that they also did a good job of talking in generalities. if you listened, governor romney asked to listen to a speech and there was not there. not a lot to talk about ending medicare as we know it, turning it into a coupon program. they did not talk very much about the tax cut. $5 trillion that will just extend the deficit, along with the ryan budget, 29 years before
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with a noted author, benjamin barber. restoring the american economy and the continuing conversation about austerity. this weekend in los angeles, dr. baraber be at the independence day, hoping to solve our shared problems. we are glad you could join us for our conversation with dr. benjamin barber, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: all right, please welcome david barber to the program, the noted author and furious at the center for the philanthropy and civil society at the university of new york. he is also the founder of interdependent state. it celebrates its 10th anniversa
-maker surfaced publicly for the first time during an overnight visit to his probation officer in los angeles. more from los angeles, miguel what impact has all of this had on the coptic christian community, since he professed to be a coptic christian? >>. >> reporter: yes, they're lying low here, i spoke to people who know him, go to the church he goes to. they are distancing themselves from the movie, that coptic christians don't go to. this is the work of one man, a collection of individuals who have done it. they don't have anything to do with it. their big concern is that it will be a problem for their loved ones in faraway lands. it is absolutely -- when you consider this film, now nakoula basseley nakoula is increasingly under the microscope. the federal officials opened up a review of his entire case. he is on probation for five years because he was convicted in 2010 of fraud. and last night, about midnight, los angeles county sheriff's deputies took him to a -- a federal facility, apparently, to go see his probation officer, and it sounds like there was more than one probation office
that the president's first term has been a failure. dnc chairman and los angeles mayor told cbs this morning the country is better off now than it was four years ago. we were losing 800,000 jobs a month. the answer is yes, we are better off but we've got to keep on working harder. >> reporter: a delegate from maryland agrees. we've had -- owe. >> we've had more private development in the last few months. >> reporter: security is tight where the big speeches start tuesday. streets remain open today to allow the public to enjoy carolina fest. there will are music and entertainment all day. party leaders, including congressman emmanuel cleaver are stressing the work that still needs to be done. >> president obama, if he's reelected as we expect, somehow we've got to have a much better relationship with the house or the american public will suffer. >> reporter: a new charlotte observer elon university poll shows mitt romney running four points ahead of president obama in north carolina, a state he won in 2008. randall pinkston, cbs news, charlotte. >>> republican mitt romney is spending his day
to be released. >>> a sign of the times in los angeles these past couple of days. a sports arena transformed into the world's biggest doctor's office. thousands showed up to receive free health care services, a lot of them actually have jobs, but they either have no insurance, or even with it their medical care is too expensive. more on the story. >> reporter: ken williams had not seen the dentist in four years. >> just get the wrist band -- >> reporter: today, he waited with thousands of others at the largest health care clinic in the country to get the root canal he could never afford. >> it needs to be done, it is almost close to 2 or $4,000. >> reporter: the volunteers at this free temporary health clinic in los angeles, say many here have a job but not insurance. >> they're unemployed, people who are employed, people who are working two jobs. every ethnic group in america, a cross section of people in america. >> reporter: but this person has diabetes, no health care. >> i am employed full-time but can't afford to pay my medical insurance. >> reporter: in four days, this medical clinic
flight before settling down in los angeles. yesterday morning thousands gathered by the bridge. i was over there, it was fantastic. the crowd enjoyed two fly byes at the golden gate. the second one had the subtle going right between the bridge's towers. wow! >> honestly, i was a bit emotional. i was tiered up a little a litt. it surprised me. >> the flight of a little more than a thousand miles will be among endeavour's most memorable, which is saying a lot since the shuttle traveled 100 million miles through space. let's take a live look at the endeavour right now in los angeles. the los angeles international airport. it received a big welcome home yesterday and that's going to be the home, los angeles. the shuttle will be kept there for several weeks before it begins a twelve mile ground trek to the california space center. that's going to be interesting. and once it gets to the space center it will become a permanent museum exhibit. our viewers took some great pictures of the flyover. check this out. john griffin had this shot of the subtle passing over his neighborhood. it loo
/right conservative liberal gridlock. >> joining me now is los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa and thank you both for being here. madam secretary, start with you and the school choice issue. you seem to be wavering on where you are in school choice. is ithe answer when it comes to accountitoc school systems or maybe are we rushing too much? >> no, i'm a big supporter of school choice so long as we have information that empowers the consumer so they can use it efiv all of the things that go hand in hand. when parents are powered with information and the resources as governor romney said to follow with the children to schools of their choice i think it's a perfect combination. >> what is your hesincy? ght n i n tt, right? >> i don't think we're seeing that. in d.c., we have seen really effective school choice programs work around other parts of the country. here is the difference. you know, kids can vote with their feet. parents can vote with their feet ho o woo vouchers nhart as we have in d.c. >> you would have in los angeles, i know you don't fully run the school system per se but the challenge
and open cards are not put together >>> she goes to los angeles next for more private meetings in the bay area anne mackovic cbs 5 >>> a live look at carmageddon to and los angeles one of the busiest freeways in the country the 45, shut down this weekend for construction southern california and the tories for traffic jams it appears once again people keep the advice to stay off the road. traffic types around the city are minimal last year when the three was closed monumental traffic jams that were predicted never materialized. the freeways scheduled to reopen monday at 6:00 a.m. >>> red light cameras help enforce traffic laws when police and not around the state imposes new restrictions linda yee when drivers will the happy said is not so much. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expensive find back in top $500. they say cameras don't live but for this person from san jose they get five times >>> a computer glitch center the tickets and a wide and the law does not make it easy to fight the finds mistake or not >>> technology can fail and does >>> the state senator change
't down on 10, it is in downtown los angeles. bank robbery suspects. four suspects accused of robbing a bank near the magic mountain area. two of those suspects along the way have now jumped out of the car. this thinking down about three different freeways now it is on certain streets in downtown. speeds have been cropped upwards of 110 miles per hour in a black bulbul. down the 110, hitting about 70 miles per hour. the traffic downtown, he hit congestion, decided to get off, and now, as you can see, at one point there were a dozen patrol cars chasing this guy. they want this guy badly because this is an armed bank robbery, and there is believe that this guy would be on the inside. with at least one suspect with him. clearly they are paying very close attention to him. you see a couple of times that the cops had an opportunity to do a pit maneuver that we have seen so many times. in this case, not knowing if weapons might be there, they are airing on the side of caution. we know that there are three or four different television help helicopters that are following this and it appears t
. and was the cause of an accident in los angeles. -- accident in los angeles. investigators will not say if he was driving under the influence this weekend. two hours ago i spoke with him on the phone. he lost his mother and waiting word about his wife's condition. i wanted to talk to him about these developments and he told me given the situation and the fact this is a family tragedy he wants to keep this a private matter. patty lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the father accused of kidnapping his two kids spoke out in court this afternoon. christopher maffei told the judge he was protecting his kids from abuse. authorities say he took his son and daughter from their home in san francisco while the mother was getting a restraining order against him and the grandmother was baby sitting. he is charged with kidnapping, child endangerment and burglary. >> coming up, the amazing rescue caught on tape and the device that may have saved lives. >>> to developing news in the east bay. firefighters are at the scene of a brush fire. cal fire is assisting firefighters with air support. the fire that you see
degrees. we have from a strong for chicago. but other than that denver and los angeles look pretty good carried with could be a notch warmer than yesterday. we've 80 degrees in san jose. we 62 at half moon bay. in the east bay, the winds coming of the west and northwest. we have 90 for brentwood. it's still offer the far east. will have 89 degrees. we've 80 in santa rosa today. and a 64 on a chilly side on the beach. and with the numbers and learned to stay in the mid '80s for the majority of the week. and writer on the bay the numbers will be in the '70s and the coast in the '60s. even we had the still stay in the '80s. we of low clouds of the morning and sun in the afternoon. and there's a weather for some day. have a great day. >>> to measures on november ballot are the increased taxes and will increase millions of dollars. >>> prop. 38 would raise income taxes for virtually everyone. in more the differences besides that this morning we ask a prop 38 backer and the big question is where with the money go? >>> the money goes directly to every single public school based on the number o
passing by getty center, griffith observatory, los angeles city hall, and the nasa jet propulsion laboratory, queen mary, malibu beach, long beach aquarium. she was everywhere you can just watch it forever. >> this is the los angeles skyline. >> endeavor touched down at los angeles international airport today. and rob hays was there for the landing. >> the arrival at l.a.x. was an audible one. from a tarmac buzz... to a burst of applause. to lmz this. into is a humming of the scene from star trek. by the fly buy bimade it final. and the days soaring through space or across the skies are over. but it days of inspiring will continue at california science center. >> admission is free. go see the space shuttle. it's going to inspire a lot of kids to imagine what they can do and fwoitsing to inspire a lot of people to think what we can do when we're constructive, and not destructive. >> the pop pomp and circumstance emphasizing excitement of landing in los angeles. later tonight when the sun is start stog-to-set, and things have settled down, that is when this massive crane will swing
to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
in miami, 90 trees. chicago 70 degrees. los angeles, 85 degrees. let's check your national forecast. showers and thunderstorms will cross florida. most of the eastern third of the nation will be sunny and dry. rain for the upper midwest. rest of the midwest will be dry. very windy from the plains to michigan. most of the west sunny and dry with record high temperatures in the pacific northwest. in sports this morning los angeles angels trying to make a race for the last american league wild card spot. angels hosting texas. kinsler launches a ball to left field. trying to track it down. the ball goes over the fence for the homer, so does wells. l.a. responds in the fourth inning. wild pitch brings in two runs. part of an eight run outburst. angels win this one 11-3. marathon match in baltimore. baltimore pushes in the go ahead run in top of the 18th inning. the orioles win 4-2 and are three games up on the angels for the wild card. in the nl st. louis trying to hang on to the last post-season post. johnson rbi double to left field 2-0 st. louis. he'll come around. st. louis wins it 4
, partly breeze injuries 72 degrees. thunderstorms in miami, 90 trees. chicago 70 degrees. los angeles, 85 streets. let's check your national forecast. showers and thunderstorms will cross florida. most of the eastern third of the nation will be sunny and dry. rain for the upper midwest. very windy from the plains to michigan. most of the west sunny and dry with record high temperatures in the pacific northwest. in sports this morning los angeles angels trying to make a race for the last american league wild spot. angels hosting texas. kinsler launches a ball to left field. trying to track it down. the ball goes over the fence for the homer, so does wells. l.a. responds in the fourth inning. wild pitch brings in two runs. part of an eight run outburst. angels win this one 11-3. baltimore pushes in the go ahead run in top of the 18th inning. the orioles win 4-2 and are three dames up on the angels. in the nl st. louis trying to hang on to the last post-season post. johnson rbi double to left field 2-0 st. louis. he'll come around. st. louis wins it 4-1. the brewers and pirates, 3-0 for the
, not live but watching "endeavour" and beginning to see it head toward los angeles and toward edwards air force base we'll bring you live pictures. chad myers will join me understand again. we want to get to politics. >>> politics, politics, politics here. short time ago, florida's the big story today. short time ago, president obama arrived in florida, miami. here he is. miami to be precise. mitt romney got there yesterday. he is still in florida today. and you've heard us say it before. when you look at the map of the 50 states florida with the 29 electoral votes is crucial to romney's hopes for election. look at the numbers here. florida, 29 electoral votes. today, the poll shows the president leading romney in florida by 5 percentage points. this is a fox news poll. this same poll shows a seven-point obama lead in virginia. that is as you know another huge electoral state that's being considered a toss-up this year and may be right now looks like tipping toward the president. also this, perhaps is the biggest news of all. president obama with the seven-point lead in ohio. cnn's peter
. >>> mitt romney spoke out about the plane. ann romney eventually made it to los angeles and was there last night when her husband talked about the incident. >> i appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sou sound. i don't think she knows how worried some of us where. when you have a fire in the aircraft, there's no place to go and you can't find any oxygen from outside to the inside because the windows don't open. i don't know why they don't do that. it's a real problem and it's very dangerous. she was choking and rubbing her eyes and fortunately there was enough oxygen for the pilot and co-pilot to make a safe landing in denver. >> sounds pretty scary. no one was injured on the plane. a secret servicemember spoke with ann's mom saying it was supposed to be a nonsmoking flight. >>> now to pakistan where an official is offering a $100,000 reward for the anti-islamic filc maker. here he is. he said he was speaking for himself, not as a government representative. the prime minister condemned the bounty. and around the world there were protests. there were peaceful protests like
towards los angeles and touchdown at lax. the final will be on the ground and it will take up to 12 hours to the catch the shuttle. and it will be loaded onto a special truck to take to a museum. we had news crews all over the bay. as people were reviewing this and our team coverage begins with haazig madyun >> why are you here? >> i'm here to see the shuttle fly over. and to get my shirt. and i have my 64 access camera lens. that way the wife is not going to give me any excuses lalaughed and i think that it is probably the last time the will see anything that will resemble nasa. something in history that has been up and down from our atmosphere in a long time. >>reporter: once-in-a- lifetime? eskimo once-in-a- lifetime. i've never seen them take off but the san francisco bay bridge. and i am still excited. i had memories here for a long time. >>reporter::haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: and the other salute to the kron 4's rob fladeboe was ready outside the gate of moffett field. and i think it is an honor. the spaceship was amazing! it had a great contusion with the chest and a marine helic
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
san francisco on september 20th before touching down in los angeles. >>> cbs 5 chief meteorologist paul deanno had visions about being a shuttle pilot. but the program is done >>> that's a heck of the turn to go over san francisco on his way to los angeles. order and good weather for the 20th, for today picture- perfect, anything and outside excellent today if you cannot get an outside i have good news the weekend looks excellent. the bay bridge clear skies. 61 degrees in oakland 67 san francisco mid-50s santa rosa. the days are getting shorter 66 in concord. radar shows crystal clear the driest time of year it has never rained ever in six of the first 10 days of san francisco. the driest time of the year. we have and onshore flow kicking in overnight mid 50s for the coast some morning fog for the bay especially north bay. partly cloudy skies inland tonight. we have cloud cover off shore. we have a big counterclockwise world off shore upper level low pressure is over the eastern pacific, with the light onshore flow there will be some clouds and fog in the morning a lot of afternoon
-verse plan. rethink possible. >> welcome back. and los angeles is when fire is near the 405 near the getty center. you can see that large plume of smoke is being seen from miles away. with water firefighting efforts from helicopters it has torched 10,000 efforts. 10,000-- also if you ever wanted to visit the hottest place in you do not have to leave the state of california. death valley is the hottest place. the u.s. neurologists confirmed that the correct, hottest spot was per recorded-in 1913134 degrees! let us bring it back to the bay area. san francisco. janu? can you imagine 134 degrees that was recorded in 1913 from the u.s. meteorology society from death valley? regionally, it was thought to be in libya was the hottest. let us get a check of your weekend forecast with janu. >> janu: with 90's even for this weekend. we will take a look at the afternoon highs with 74 hello alto. and campbell. upper 80s--4 palo alto 93 degrees expected for livermore. san francisco >> janu: your kron 4 7 day around the bay '60s and '70s. >> if you're going to go to s f o expect the lease. there could be
in los angeles, peer into some of the world's largest extremes. >>> here's a look at this morning's headlines and entertainment news. at the box office this weekend, fear ruled. the horror film "the possession" took advantage of the holiday weekend. not much competition. and a pg-rating. to grab the top spot with $17.7 million. and this one is bill's favorite film. "oogie love". that's not for you? >> no. >> how about this one? as expected, the big balloon venture earned the worst wide release opening ever, averaging just $207 a theater. >> you can do the math at $10 a ticket, 20 people average in every theater. >> elsewhere, oscar-winner russell crowe and a friend had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way kayaking in the waters off new york's long island. oops. where's the compass? >>> finally, check this out. hollywood's walk of fame is one place you won't be finding the ubiquitous kim kardashian. all saying she wanted her own star, winning the award is part of the criteria for being selected and a career in business or acting for five years or more.
states. >> reporter: look at los angeles. the average is now $4.16 a gallon. >> of course the motor home is going to be sitting home this weekend because it's going to be way too much money to fill it up. >> reporter: gasbuddy.com's heat map shows the least to most expensive states from green to red, 3.78 in massachusetts, $3.97 in new york. and $4.15 in both california and illinois, the highest in the country. in chicago nearly $4.34. >> i have to make changes with how i buy food, how i do my bills. >> reporter: this is interesting. aaa calculates that if you're driving from atlanta to kansas city in a 2008 toyota van, you'll pay about $190 in fuel. same vehicle from new york to chicago, about $200. from spokane to palm springs about $358 in fuel. the good news, gas prices aren't expected to stay this high. as refineries start switching to a less expensive winter blend, their inventories will come back up. gas prices, it's hoped, will start to go back down. >> between thanksgiving and christmas, the national average may drop to the mid $3.00 range. certainly some areas could drop even l
in points near cupertino -- pockets near cupertino. let's go to steve. >>> it was 103 in los angeles yesterday. it was cooking down there. temperatures inland will start to come down. had a lot of high clouds yesterday. those are gone but the fog is not. upper 40s san rafael is in there, napa, low 40s, even antioch is down to 55. livermore, san jose, cloudy. still a pretty good decent sea breeze kicking up. it's been stronger. i think it will kick in later. i see the low spinning to the west of us. it's gonna control our weather for the entire week. fog, sun, cooler. that cooler is for inland areas. the coast is just sold out. 50s, 60s there. inland temperatures coming down. concord, 79. san jose 79. santa rosa, 75. 85 fairfield. 70s look like they will hold and then just keep us there. at the end of the week, that's really where there is a disagreement. one forecast model dropped the low right into us. i will go for that right now which will make for an interesting and kieler weekend. tori and dave? >> all right. >>> it's been six months since a morgan hill teenager disappeared. the
. >>> another one day delay in space shuttle endeavour's final journey to los angeles scheduled to include a bay area fly-over. stormy weather along the gulf of mexico means the trip from florida can begin until tomorrow. that pushes back a scheduled fly-over above mountain view and san francisco to friday. the final voyage ends in los angeles where it will be permanently displayed at the california science center. >>> let's check in with mike talk about flying yesterday morning we had delays at sfo. what do you predict today >> i think the same thing, a lot of cloud cover looks like we'll have those delays. we'll let you know how long they are when they let us know. good morning. clouds over the bay area as we look from vollmer peak towards downtown san francisco, live doll ver from the satellite on -- live from vollmer peak from the satellite. low to mid 50s, -- sunshine this afternoon, better part of the morning to get back to the coast. cooler than normal highs the entire seven day forecast autumn arrives saturday morning 7:49. san francisco 62, santa rosa 73. temperatures are going to ebb a
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight a conversation with journalists hedrick smith. the book explores the economic and social amrallies that put the dream out of reach. and what we can learn from auto icon henry ford. that conversation coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: hedrick smith spent more than 25 years at the "the new york times" covering six presidents and callous world conflicts. he is an emmy-winning tv producer. his new text is called "who stole the american dream?" >> i am delighted to be here. >tavis: you argue that the american people are more concerned about the divide between the rich and poor, more concerned about th
thunderstorms as well, 66 degrees. dallas mostly sunny 94 degrees. los angeles, mostly sunny as well, 87 degrees. and time now for a check of the national forecast. much of the northeast will be dry, scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely in the ohio valley, though. a mix of rain and snow is possible in northern minnesota and northern wisconsin. the south will be mainly dry but scattered thunderstorms across the southeast, georgia and most of florida. and most of the west will be hot and dry. but oregon and western washington state will be cloudy with patchy fog and a bit of drizzle. >>> in 2005 just three years after nearly being contracted the montreal expos moved to washington and began play as the nationals. washington hadn't had a baseball team since the senators left town in 1960 and hasn't had a playoff since 1933. that all changed last night. first place nats took down the dodgers 4-1 to clinch the city's first post-season berth since president franklin delano roosevelt was president. next step for the nats now they will try to clinch the national league east. cincinnati reds are
'll kick off our pre-emmy party. lara is in los angeles. he'll have a look at the hottest fashions and some predictions. hey, lara. >>> plus, we have one of the biggest rock bands in the world this morning, the killers. you saw the people that popped up a little bit ago. lining up since midnight to see the killers. they're here to kick off our weekend. >> all right. >>> we begin, now, with the new iphone. people have been lining up all over the world for days, now, to get their hands on it. we're among the very first to have it. it's right here. i have the white one. george has the black one. >> do we get to keep it? >> but it's not all -- no, really, there's security here. it's not all smooth sailing for apple. there's already a few glitches. and abc's matt gutman is at an apple store in miami, florida, standing in line with everybody outside with more on that story, matt. good morning, matt. >> reporter: morning, elizabeth. the line here snakes around the block already. a lot of folks here have been waiting since yesterday. but the big buzz among the folks here is the new operating system
in los angeles, 82 degrees. let's check your national forecast. early morning frost is possible across parts of the interior northeast. it will be windy across the mississippi valley and great lakes. frost possible across the nation's mid-section. showers and thunderstorms will reach the great basin. in sports this morning, baltimore ravens torrey smith played with a heavy heart. less than 24 hours before his team played against new england, smith's younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident. both teams observing a moment of silence before the game. smith makes a leaping catch in the end zone for a touchdown. new england leading by nine. smith scored again this time from five yards out. smith has one more big play. as time expired baltimore wins it 31-30, smith said he wasn't sure he was ready to play. >> everybody was back at the house, you know, watching and they didn't even know i was going to play until the last minute. i got to the stadium and at that time i said i would play. >> smith finished the game with six catches. for 127 yards and two touchdowns. >>> in arizona th
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